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(VIDEO) Ricardo Clarke releases "Not Settling" official music video
Mar 10, 2011 - 12:43:14 PM

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Nassau, Bahamas - Ricardo Clarke's smash hits "Wasting No Time" and "Not Settlin" have topped many of the charts locally and internationally becoming a favorite of many, as it awakens a desire for the absolute best in life. Clarke has just released his official music video for "Not Settlin".

"Not Settling" was produced by Sam Gilly; written by Ricardo Clarke; and Video directed by Travon Patton; and edited by Travon Patto.

Ricardo Clarke' s younger days he has always had a passion for music and with his church and choir roots he saw the power of music and somehow always found himself immersed in the musical arts!

He has shared stages with major acts such as Beres Hammond, Papa San, Taurrus Riley, Marvin Winans, Canton Jones , Grammy nominated Vashawn Mitchell and Grammy award winner Kierra "KiKi" Sheard.

The prestigious Caribbean Gospel Music Marlin recently awarded six-time nominee Ricardo Clarke with Reggae Recording of the Year for his latest hit single "Not Settling". This was the first time this was done by a Bahamian.This song has become an anthem for thousands throughout the Bahamas chain of islands,the region and now is bursting onto the international scene. The Marlin award show has been in existence for 14 years and has numerous countries in the Caribbean competing in 50 categories, attracting such international names as Ayesha Woods, Stitchie, Sherwin Gardiner, and Papa San.


His voice carries a unique soulfulness and his songs are encouraging. Now with his smash hit song "Wasting No" Time he is compelling all to take action, become inspired about life and their dreams.

Currently he is creating a buzz throughout the Caribbean, breaking into the European market and is working with some premier producers and bands there such as The Far East Band, House of Riddim and the like, who have produced for the likes of Gentleman, Sizzla, Tanya Stephens and other top reggae acts.

He has also been featured in international websites and magazines namely Ragga Magazine and She Caribbean which is circulated in 30 countries including the USA,UK and the Caribbean.

He is also a sought after speaker. He has been requested to speak at Colleges, High Schools,  Conferences and Workshops. He has lead numerous philanthropic and charitable efforts namely the local fight against breast cancer by supporting the Sister Sister Breast Cancer Support Group.

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